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    Perioperative nursing covers the nursing management of a patient before, during and after the surgery.

    13 Surgery (Perioperative Client) Nursing Care Plans

    Surgical intervention may be needed to diagnose or cure a specific disease process, correct a deformity, restore a functional process or reduce the level of dysfunction.

    Effects of Surgery on Pregnant Woman

    Just like any surgical procedure, cesarean birth also has its systemic effects.

    LOL! 5 Funny Problems Every Nurse Have

    These are the five of the funniest problems all nurses can relate to.

    Hospital Staffing Levels Linked to Higher Patient Survival Rates, Study Says

    Research showed that there were lesser mortality rates within facilities that have more doctors and nurses on duty to provide immediate care during critical patient situations.

    Which Nursing Area is Best for Your Personality?

    I would enumerate some important tips in determining the kind of nursing area that you might like as dictated by your personality.

    Opera Singer Performs During His Own Brain Surgery

    Opera singer Ambrož Bajec-Lapajne sings while undergoing craniotomy. Watch this video!

    2 Subtotal Gastrectomy Nursing Care Plan

    Subtotal gastrectomy or gastric resection is indicated for gastric hemorrhage/intractable ulcers, dysfunctional lower esophageal sphincter, pyloric obstruction, perforation, cancer.

    6 Prostatectomy Nursing Care Plans

    Prostatectomy is the surgical removal of the prostate wherein the procedure could include all (radical) or part (simple). Here are 6 nursing care plans.

    5 Total Joint (Knee, Hip) Replacement Nursing Care Plans

    Joint replacements are indicated for irreversibly damaged joints with loss of function and unremitting pain, selected fractures, joint instability and congenital hip disorders.

    Postoperative Phase

    The postoperative phase of the surgical experience extends from the time the client is transferred to the recovery room or postanesthesia care unit (PACU) to the moment he or she is transported back to the surgical unit, discharged from the hospital until the follow-up care.